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This Is Your Only Way To Get An Xbox Onesie

As you’re likely aware, this week Xbox discovered a wonderful pun and decided to share it with the world in the form of the multi-pocketed (seriously, there’s even a pocket for your phone) Xbox One-sie (get it?!) — an item hotly debated here in the office, and not actually available to the public — yet.

But that looks set to change, and we have the details.


We're Hiring: Want To Sell Advertising For Gizmodo In Sydney?

If you have a keen interest in technology, regularly read Lifehacker, Gizmodo or Kotaku and want to be part of a business at the cutting edge of digital publishing, this could be the perfect role for you. We are hiring for the position of Account Manager to represent Allure Media’s brands to some of the largest agency partners and brand advertisers in Australia.


Canon's New EOS 5D Mark IV Lets You Focus After Shooting

Canon’s best camera just got even better. The new EOS 5D Mark IV has a 30.4-megapixel full-frame sensor, will record 4K video, and can snap away at 7 frames per second, but it’s also the first Canon SLR that lets you focus after you’ve taken a photo.


Deals: Get Unlimited Access To Thousands Of Shows And Movies For $25

SelectTV delivers thousands of TV shows, movies, radio stations, and more from over 150 countries. Access thousands of curated channels with the latest episodes from top international networks, and even view concerts, sports games, and other live events directly from SelectTV’s browser interface.


Here's The Tech That Will Power The Next Generation Of Driverless Cars

Driverless cars are very cool, but the technology that enables their self-driving smarts requires a novel mix of raw computational and deep learning power, using both general-purpose CPUs and GPUs to crunch real-time data and match it to a massive catalogue of imagery and vehicle profiles. A brand new Nvidia processor, the company says, has the power to finally make it happen.


Gizmodo Australia Podcast Highlights: Interviews With Justin Lin, Roland Emmerich And Ryan Griffen

In this best of season three compilation we chat about video game movies, foods from our childhood, gadgets that are listening to you and the intersection of gambling and gaming.

Plus we interview creators/directors Justin Lin (Star Trek), Roland Emmerich (Independence Day) and Ryan Griffen (Cleverman).

Watch the expanded show in video or subscribe to the audio feed via iTunes and Pocket Casts.


Fitmodo: How Playing The Bagpipes Can Kill You

Welcome to Fitmodo, your regular weekly round up of the news you need to know to keep your earthly form in top shape — from fitness advice to breakthroughs in medical research.

This week:


Say Goodbye To The Sydney IMAX Before It Gets Demolished

One of the things Sydney has always held claim to — alongside the Harbour Bridge and the Opera House and Centrepoint Tower — has been the IMAX building in the city’s Darling Harbour. Stretching 35.7 metres wide and 29.7 metres tall, the IMAX screen inside is — or was — the largest in the world, with three times the surface area of a regular IMAX (and, importantly, bigger than Melbourne’s). Now, the IMAX Cinema and retail stores around it will soon close for three years, and it’ll be demolished to be replaced by a slightly smaller screen — albeit inside a much fancier building.


Deals: 1TB PlayStation 4 Just $369, Free Ubisoft Games, Bonus Menulog Cashback

Every Thursday we team up OzBargain power poster tightarse to run through some of the best deals that have caught his attention. This week: 14 bottles of quality wine just $89 at Cellarmasters, spend more than $2000 on a Microsoft Surface laptop/tablet to score free 1TB Xbox One with 3 games ($648 value) — and more!


Optus Is Fixing Its Mobile Black Spots In The NT

Optus owns and maintains the largest fleet of satellites across Australia, but at the same time the number-two telco can’t rival its larger competitor Telstra for mobile network coverage in rural and remote parts of Australia. It makes sense, then, for Optus to boost its coverage in black spots using a series of small cells — lower-powered portable radio nodes that are much easier to install than a full mobile tower — that connect to its satellite network. And that’s exactly what the company is doing.


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